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Former foster youth often experience an array of serious challenges during their young adult years. Problems such as homelessness, school drop-out, and mental health and drug problems have been attributed to the requirement that foster youth lose their supports from child welfare as they approach...
Burnout is a chronic syndrome characterized by emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and reduced efficacy that has long-term ill effects for individuals, organizations, families, and health-care systems. Job engagement is considered to be the positive opposite of the burnout experience, and it is...
Although the desire is strong among Canadaâs rapidly aging population to age-in-place, research reveals few have adequately prepared their current homes to support them later in life. While environmental gerontologists and occupational therapists have studied the meaning of home and the impact...
This community-based research employed mixed methods to explore how the Parent-Child Mother Goose (PCMG) program strengthens positive parent-child relationships. The research focused on exploring parent-child relationships through attachment theory and selected determinants of parenting (parent...
Every day, our lives are filled with a variety of different trust judgements. When it comes to a relationship’s outcome, trust plays a key part in predicting whether or not it will last. If a relationship has trust, there is a good chance of it working out. One of the ways that people decide...
The Trauma and Attachment Group (TAG) program: An ethnographic exploration of an intensive dyad-based group intervention for traumatized youthDownload
The notion that positive relationships between primary caregivers and children may mitigate the behavioural effects of early developmental trauma has been well detailed in the literature. More specifically, it has been suggested that for a child managing the adverse effects of early developmental...
The levels of self-criticism and forms of dependency: their relation to attachment, the working alliance, and outcomeDownload
This study examined the relationships between attachment style and the levels of self-criticism (comparative and introjective) and forms of dependency (neediness and connectedness) and the working alliance and outcome variables over the course of psychotherapy. Sixty-five adult clients receiving...